Alice Queen

Executive Editor

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Rockdale's average ACT score unchanged

ACT scores at Rockdale County’s public high schools held steady, earning the district an average composite score of 19.2 for the 2015 graduation year, the same as last year.

Rockdale Citizen Poll question

The Rockdale Citizen Poll this week is an open line. Comment on any subject of local interest. Respond at 770-483-7108, ext. 402; email at poll@rockdalecitizen.com, online at www.rockdalecitizen.com; or in writing at: Rockdale Citizen Poll, 969 S. Main St., Conyers, GA 30012.

United Way in Rockdale County hosts annual barbecue fundraiser

It’s time once again to enjoy some barbecue while contributing to a good cause through the annual United Way BBQ fundraiser.

Grant will supplement Porterdale sewer line replacement project

A community development block grant of $500,000 announced last week will be used for additional sewer line improvements in Porterdale.

Newton County Solid Waste Panel to hold final meeting Thursday

Newton County’s Solid Waste Citizens Panel is set to hold its final meeting Thursday, after which recommendations on the operation of the county’s solid waste management program will be sent to the Board of Commissioners.

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Friday night football returns

Cross-county rivals Rockdale County High School and Heritage High School kicked off high school football season in Rockdale County last week. Rockdale takes on another cross-county rival — the Salem High School Seminoles — this Friday night at Seminole Stadium.

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High school football underway

The Rockdale County High School Bulldogs take the field Friday night to kick off this year’s high school football season.

Grant will supplement Porterdale sewer line replacement project

A community development block grant of $500,000 announced last week will be used for additional sewer line improvements in Porterdale.

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A new beginning

A ribbon-cutting was held at Reid Memorial Stadium Friday night commemorating the stadium’s new artificial turf surface.

Newton commissioner proposes no-kill animal shelter

District 1 Commissioner John Douglas called on fellow commissioners Tuesday to consider moving toward a no-kill animal shelter.

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